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The Greyboy Allstars are a jazz band who released their fourth album, Inland Emperor, in 2013.
DJ Greyboy (a.k.a. Andreas Stevens) is an acid jazz DJ from San Diego, California now Residing in San Diego, California. Early in his career he was the partner of Rob Dyrdek in Crime on the Turn Tables. His style of music includes hip hop, soul, funk, experimental, and acid jazz rare grooves. Greyboy has tracks on numerous compilations. He is co-founder and namesake of The Greyboy Allstars. In 2009 Greyboy founded his own record label "Soundlock Recordings" as well as a turntable band called "Warchurch" members include Delmos Wade, DJ Truly Odd, Erick Coomes, Tycoon, Mike Long and Opie Ortiz. In 2010 he released a co-produced album with Delmos Wade titled "From the Ground Up". Greyboy collaborated with rock band Incubus on a track called "Familiar", which appeared on the soundtrack of the film "Spawn".
Chris Stillwell (born June 4, 1966, Seattle, Washington, United States) is the American bassist for the band The Greyboy Allstars.
The film was shot in Portland, Oregon. It was scored by The Greyboy Allstars. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.
The band came together in 1994, when a select group of musicians were asked to perform at a record release party for the landmark acid jazz and club staple “Freestylin” by San Diego’s DJ Greyboy, who was well known for spinning `70s soul and funk. The group enjoyed playing together, and decided to continue on as a band. The Greyboy Allstars started playing weekly at San Diego’s now defunct Green Circle, weekends at San Francisco’s Elbo Room and various clubs throughout Europe. By playing danceable boogaloo music within the soul and jazz genres, they became very popular both nationally and internationally.
In 1979 he relocated to northern California, and continued to record since, with several albums released. His latest album is "Marketplace", to be released in Spring 2011 with producer Siahvash Dowlatshahi. The album features members of the Roots Radics, The Greyboy Allstars, The Devastators and others.
Robert Walter (born May 3, 1970) is a keyboard player specializing in instrumental soul jazz on the Hammond B3 organ. He is best known as a founding (and current) member of The Greyboy Allstars, Creedle, (an American post-hardcore and alternative rock band from San Diego), and his own band, Robert Walter's 20th Congress.
"(You Don't Know) How Glad I Am" has also been recorded by Bonnie Bramlett, Ellen Foley, Maria McKee, and - as "How Glad I Am" - by Fontella Bass, Joyce Cobb, Aretha Franklin, The Greyboy Allstars, Brenda Lee, Olivia Newton-John and Sandie Shaw.
Xingolati is a floating music festival, with musical groups including The Flaming Lips, Olospo, G Love and Special Sauce, Medeski Martin and Wood, Mystic Family Circus, Lucent Dossier Experience, Perpetual Groove, John Popper Project featuring DJ Logic, Slightly Stoopid Acoustic, Particle, Tea Leaf Green, The Everyone Orchestra, Banyan, DJ Greyboy, R.E.D. featuring Rob Wasserman and members of Particle, DJ Lorin, and the Mutaytor.
Fa Fa is Guster's second single released off the Lost and Gone Forever album. It is also on the live CD and DVD Guster on Ice. * Karl Denson from The Greyboy Allstars plays the saxophone and flute on the song, which received modest radio airplay, peaking at #26 on the Billboard Adult Top 40 chart.
Production on all songs on the Full Scale EP is handled by Showbiz and A.G. themeselves. On the CD version this remains except on "Time To Get This Money" which was produced by long-time collaborator Ahmed, and "Hold Mines" plus "Hidden Crates" which were produced by DJ Greyboy.
A founding member of The Greyboy Allstars he has performed and recorded with such jazz and funk heavyweights as Fred Wesley, Gary Bartz, Skerik, Melvin Sparks, Andy Bey, Reuben Wilson, Harvey Mason, Red Holloway, Chuck Rainey, Phil Upchurch, Mike Clark, Johnny Vidacovich, Mike Gordon and Steve Kimock.
Over the course of more than 30 years, notable performers have included Muddy Waters, Dizzy Gillespie, Glenn Miller Orchestra, Chick Corea, Etta James, Herbie Hancock, Spyro Gyra, John Scofield, John Medeski, Ozomatli, Karl Denson, Jimmy Herring, Bill Frisell Trio, The Greyboy Allstars, Charlie Hunter, Doug Lawrence (jazz) and many more.
SCI Fidelity artists include Keller Williams, Umphrey's McGee, The Disco Biscuits, Railroad Earth, Younger Brother, Lotus, The Infamous Stringdusters, EOTO, Emmitt-Nershi Band, Kyle Hollingsworth, The New Deal, The Greyboy Allstars, 30db, Tea Leaf Green, The Radiators, Steve Kimock Band, Brothers Past, New Monsoon and DJ Harry.
Michael Andrews has also released two solo albums under the name Mike Andrews: "Hand On String" (2006) and "Spilling A Rainbow" (2012). He has also produced albums by: Gary Jules, Brendan Benson, Metric, Les Sans Culottes, and Inara George; as well as played on albums by: Robert Walter, DJ Greyboy, Gary Jules, Brendan Benson, Charlie Wadhams, and Inara George.
After joining The Greyboy Allstars following the dissolution of his band The Origin, Andrews fell into film score composition by chance when The Greyboy Allstars were asked to score Jake Kasdan's first feature "Zero Effect" and worked on the music for the highly regarded (though short-lived) TV series, "Freaks and Geeks". In 2000, Richard Kelly commissioned him to do the soundtrack for the film "Donnie Darko". Its original score album went on to sell over 100,000 copies (in part because of Andrews's remake of Tears for Fears' "Mad World", featuring Gary Jules), and Andrews became a composer to watch. He has since gone on to compose scores for the movies "Out Cold", "Nothing", "Cypher", "Orange County", "My Suicidal Sweetheart", "Me and You and Everyone We Know", "The TV Set", a segment of "Paris, je t'aime", "Unaccompanied Minors", and "".
Ohmega Watts' first release was “A Request”, a soulful and DJ-friendly solo 12” featuring his group Lightheaded and, former hip hop trio, The Procussions. “A Request” received praise from respected DJs, including Mr. Scruff, Gilles Peterson, Greyboy, and the Los Angeles-based Heavyweight Record Pool. Ohmega Watts' sound was compared to playfulness of Digital Underground and big drums and chopped samples the likes of Pete Rock.
In 1999, after six years with The Greyboy Allstars, Walter formed his own band, Robert Walter's 20th Congress. The group featured Robert on electric piano and Hammond B3 organ, Cochemea "Cheme" Gastelum on alto sax, electric sax and flute, Chris Stillwell on bass and Stanton Moore on drums. The 20th Congress released their debut full-length recording "Money Shot" on San Francisco's Fog City Records in 2000.
The seven-piece band continues to explore a variety of styles on the album, with help from some of their biggest influences and heroes including: reggae legends Barrington Levy and Don Carlos of Black Uhuru; “unofficial 8th member” Karl Denson of Greyboy Allstars; longtime band friend and touring partner G. Love; Fishbone frontman Angelo Moore; ex-Jurassic Five emcee extraordinaire Chali 2na; Dumpstaphunk’s Ian Neville; and hit-making singer/songwriter Angela Hunte.
As a band, and as individuals, they have since clocked up collaborations with an impressive array of musicians DJs and producers, including: Soul Rebels Brass Band, Lou Donaldson (Blue Note), Corinne Bailey Rae (EMI), Quantic (Tru Thoughts), Carleen Anderson (Young Disciples / Brand New Heavies), Keb Darge & Kenny Dope (Kay Dee Records), John Arnold (Ubiquity), Mr Scruff (Ninja Tuna), Snowboy (Ubiquity), Fred Everything (2020 vision), Andy Smith (Portishead), James Taylor (James Taylor Quartet), LSK (Faithless), and Karl Denson (Lenny Kravitz),(Greyboy AllStars).